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    Autopilot Nag Feature Disabled

    Sorry. It’s a LR RWD version 2020.12.11.1. It was happening even when I was on 2020.12.6
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    Autopilot Nag Feature Disabled

    I've been noticing recently that my car has stopped nagging me when on NOA without my hands on the wheel. The car will also change lanes without applying any force to the wheel at all. I don't actually mind this, but was wondering whether I should be concerned that perhaps other safety...
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    Apt Commercial Charging Help

    Apologies if I wasn't being clear. The owner of the apt is looking for a charger that requires people to pay (via credit card and/or app) every time they charge their vehicle (either based on KWH or a flat/hour fee). Chargepoint offers this exact service by providing charging equipment that...
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    Apt Commercial Charging Help

    the apartment I’m living in has asked me to recommend to them a commercial charger they can install (one that allows for pay per usage). They tried working with chargepoint, but apparently chargepoint has been a pain in the ass to work with. Looking for any recommendations for commercial...
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    Window regulator replace difficulty

    My understanding, however, is that removing the door panel is one thing, and removing the regulatory is another. The regulator appears to require more screws and wiring to be removed once the door panel has been removed?
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    Window regulator replace difficulty

    there’s a sound coming from my window regulator that I think might require replacing the regulator. How difficult is this process? I’d like to avoid a situation where the SC ends up causing more issues in replacing the regulator such as rattles and broken clips. I’ve had that occur when...
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    EV Charging Insurance

    This appears to be related to homeowners associations/homes, not apartments. Cal. Civ. Code 1947.6, which is the main EV charging provision, was amended and has been in effect since the same time as this provision (January 1, 2019). This does not overrule/supersede that provision.
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    EV Charging Insurance

    Where does it say that in the new code?
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    EV Charging Insurance

    California law requires tenants to carry liability insurance for an ev charger in an apartment complex in the amount of $1mm in exchange for requiring landlords to allow tenants to install ev chargers. Does anyone know how much these insurance plans cost? Does anyone have experience with...
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    Apt Charging Flat Monthly Fee

    The access isn't an issue because the plug would be for my use only (i.e. my parking spot only).
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    Apt Charging Flat Monthly Fee

    Unless my math is off, seems like for $1.66/day, driving 30 miles, I'm essentially paying $0.23/KWh 325 miles gives you 75KWh (full size of battery pack). Then 30 miles should equal around 7KWh used per day. 7KWh used per day for $1.66 equates to $0.23/KWh.
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    Apt Charging Flat Monthly Fee

    Sorry, not $1.50/day, $1.66/day, which seems still to be a good deal
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    Apt Charging Flat Monthly Fee

    An apt i'm considering moving into for a 1-year lease has offered to allow me to charge my vehicle anytime at a rate of $50/month which comes out to $1.50/day. The apartment is located in Los Angeles, and I own a LR RWD. My commute everyday round trip is ~30 miles. Does this sound like a...
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    Warning for those charging using 120v

    How do we reconcile this with the manuals recommendation to plug in as often as possible? “The most important way to preserve the Battery is to LEAVE YOUR VEHICLE PLUGGED IN when you are not using it. This is particularly important if you are not planning to drive Model 3 for several weeks...

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